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  • Yes Sir, is a 38 AS2.

    Maybe I should add; Have tried most other combinations. However, I'm finding I'm doing a lot better (faster) the smoother I go in a higher gear. ie 3rd and 4th just below getting on the pipe. This is where this combination delivers.

    If I get this setup on the pipe; I think I would be asking for a whiskey throttle incident (again). The NEDJ/NEDW wouldn't get into trouble no matter how hard on the pipe. Would just be making more noise and going relatively faster.

    If I were to go MXing. I would probably change the needle. Have done a couple of HS some super tight and not and I love this setup. I don't think it will need to change for GNCC either.

    And this also ticks along at whatever RPM (20 or something ridiculous) lugging around tight turns and technical hills.

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    • I've run the N3Cx needle (half a clip leaner) in the top position. Each half a clip leaner seems to add to the crispness and response, but comes at the expense of tractorability and grunt when pulling a heavy hold.. half throttle big hill 4th/5th gear you will start to hear it pinging and the power signs off.

      Each time I've reduced squish and increased compression the bike has also wanted a little more fuel through the mid range, and ran a lot better in the off idle area.

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      • bigger main?

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        • Nup. Its in the taper of the needle where it changes from the first to the second. Just before it comes back into the fuel it can fall lean. Bigger main just juices up the top end and 2nd taper. Bigger pilot and needle diameters don't quite reach the area and just add fluff off the bottom. Going richer on the clip position, and then leaner on the diameter seems to retain the bottom end response/cleanliness while adding some more fuel back in from 1/4 to 1/2 throttle.

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          • Originally posted by bkwdc View Post
            Yes Sir, is a 38 AS2.

            Maybe I should add; Have tried most other combinations. However, I'm finding I'm doing a lot better (faster) the smoother I go in a higher gear. ie 3rd and 4th just below getting on the pipe. This is where this combination delivers
            The n3 needles are awesome for sitting in the surge, I've also found the wet map in that area gives fantastic grip and doesn't run away onto the pipe as easy, these 300s love being riden like that.

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            • Originally posted by bkwdc View Post
              Cut the pinch gap on the gear shifter wider. Result is tighter shifter. Rode it.
              Great idea. I'll have to do that myself. Mines always coming loose.
              Present:
              2014 Gas Gas EC300R E start 2

              Past:
              2011 Gas Gas EC300
              2004 KTM300EXC

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              • Used a dremel with a thin cutting wheel. Sides of wheel work great down in the groove. Worked perfect.

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                • Spun the rear tire around for a fresh edge and fitted new rear pads

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                  • Switched back to summer jetting (went half a clip leaner on the needle). Braap braap! Mad mono machine ^roost

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                    • Nothing, but this Sunday we have a date -smil
                      Dennis

                      I treat my body like a temple..........my only downfall is that I worship Bundy Rum

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                      • What did you do to your gasser today?

                        Finally got round to adjusting the float height correctly, changed back to an N3EG from an EH, dyno'd it (got 5hp more out of it, and a smoother curve - all down to the float height I'm sure), then went and rode it. Rang its neck for a bit round Ourimbah and now it feel like a new bike - all over again!

                        Strictly speaking, that wasn't today though. Today I've washed it.
                        Current toys, Subaru powered Manxter buggy, 2018 Gasgas Ec300, Mt-09 Tracer 2016,
                        Previous toys, TM En300 2016, 2004 Ec300, 2009 Tenere 660, 1996 Cr250, 1984 Yz100, 2006 FZ6, 1981 Z750, 1981 XL250s.

                        If you could reason with religious people there would be no religious people.. House.

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                        • Fit some frame guards and gave it a little going over for the next ride.

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                          • I have 2 weeks off work after a minor operation, so its time to tinker... I've had this gasser (09 300) for a few months now, but haven't done much other than clean it up, basic servicing and ride it to try and get to know it a little better.

                            Firstly, there's not much to change other than trying to understand what does and doesn't work in the suspension department. Sach's all round.

                            So today, it was off with the rear subframe and set the shock preload to 10mm (It was 7.5mm if I've done my measurements right). I put the bike in a stand, wound the spring collars off until there was no preload on the spring (I could slightly move the spring up and down by hand), measured the gap to the top of the shock (4mm), and then wound it on to get a 14mm gap. Hope that's right!

                            BTW where are the markings for the spring weight?

                            Subframe and air box got a good clean as its seen some mud over the last few months!
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                            '09 Gas Gas ec300 :grinning-
                            '00 RMX250
                            '82...90 RM,YZ and KX'rs (& a trusty IT175!)...
                            '78 Honda SL70 (still my best bike!)

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                            • Fresh tyre up front.
                              New wheel bearings front wheel.
                              Rode the tits off it! Thrashed the rear tyre!
                              Washed it.
                              Fresh piston.
                              Cleaned and straightened out the pipe some more.
                              Smart Carb configured - floats checked, needle retained and length set.
                              Moulded carb boot to better fit the SC.
                              Still to do: fit new rear fit. get carb back on. reinstall rad mounts. install replacment trailtech vapor. run her and check for coolant leaks. break it in hard!

                              Then the new lass.
                              Rad guards arrived - fit them up!
                              Rejet to N3CW#3 (EW#2 was too lean in the old bike last ride)
                              Source some replacement footpegs! Anyone know if the Yamaha ones still fit?
                              Waiting till after xmas! Then break her in!!

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                              • Originally posted by Jakobi View Post
                                Fresh tyre up front.
                                New wheel bearings front wheel.
                                Rode the tits off it! Thrashed the rear tyre!
                                Washed it.
                                Fresh piston.
                                Cleaned and straightened out the pipe some more.
                                Smart Carb configured - floats checked, needle retained and length set.
                                Moulded carb boot to better fit the SC.
                                Still to do: fit new rear fit. get carb back on. reinstall rad mounts. install replacment trailtech vapor. run her and check for coolant leaks. break it in hard!

                                Then the new lass.
                                Rad guards arrived - fit them up!
                                Rejet to N3CW#3 (EW#2 was too lean in the old bike last ride)
                                Source some replacement footpegs! Anyone know if the Yamaha ones still fit?
                                Waiting till after xmas! Then break her in!!
                                For what it's worth, I fitted the Pivot Pegz from my 2011 Kato onto the Gasser - all I needed to do was grind about 0.5-1mm off the width of where the pin goes. Hope that makes sense. Over.

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